Four ways to improve the performance of your employees

Andrew Miller, President of Toronto-based ACM Consulting, is a leading expert in operational excellence and has helped companies like 3M, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Siemens, Scotiabank, the YMCA, Philips and Becton Dickinson, accelerate growth, maximize profitability and boost performance. He’s the author of Redefining Operational Excellence and The Unified Theory of Profitability. His insights … Read more →

Konica Minolta partners with Ryerson and Belmont Press to augment classroom learning via breakthrough digital finishing

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (Canada) has partnered with Toronto’s Ryerson University, donating both time and money to inspire the next generation of Ryerson Graphic Communications Management (GCM) students – while also supporting the Canadian printing industry in its mission to attract the best possible talent. In doing so, Konica Minolta has exposed students to some … Read more →

KBA President and CEO Claus Bolza-Schünemann visits Hammer Packaging in New York

The red carpet was rolled out as Jim Hammer, President of Hammer Packaging, and his executive team and employees welcomed Koenig & Bauer President and CEO Claus Bolza-Schünemann – who arrived from Germany to Hammer Packaging’s headquarters in Rochester, New York. Bolza-Schünemann was especially interested to inspect the new KBA Rapida 106 41-inch, 8-colour press … Read more →

Landa CEO Amir shares his personal highlights of 2017

“It’s been an exciting year at Landa Digital Printing, as we’ve made major strides towards our goal of revolutionizing the printing industry with our Nanography technology,” said Yishai Amir, CEO of Landa Digital Printing. “We’ve begun the rollout of our Nanographic Printing presses with the installation of our first Landa S10 Press at Graphica Bezalel … Read more →

Ryerson Image Centre presents a compelling series of experimental shows starting January 24

The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) will present a series of experimental shows confronting the traditional power dynamic between photographer and subject. Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography suggests that photography – a medium traditionally understood as one dominated by singular creative adventurers – is better defined by collaboration and interaction. Alongside this exhibition, Jim Goldberg’s … Read more →

The Ryerson Image Centre launches new website to celebrate its fifth anniversary

The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) has announced its new website (www.ryersonimagecentre.ca), launched in conjunction with the Toronto University’s fifth anniversary. It celebrated the milestone earlier this fall as part of Nuit Blanche Toronto – and it’s been five years to the day since the centre’s opening in the Fall of 2012. The new website, with … Read more →

Kodak’s Print for Good Campaign impacting literacy around the world

Across the globe, Kodak’s Print for Good campaign supports communities with book drives, book donations and the printing of school materials to help increase literacy. Because of the tremendous efforts of Kodak employees, print customers and local literacy partners, in its first full year the program placed approximately 30,000 books and school materials in the hands … Read more →